Friday, 19 June 2009


Hi all

Well this morning Daisy is swinging in the sunshine...The distress inking is getting better ..poor Bev i really was rubbish on the day at Hobby house but hey i did learn lots and i am re winding the advice in my head as i practice...I am looking forward to Sunday at the Dome Doncaster ..Bev is demoing again sooo maybe i will pick up a few tips. This card is for the Stampin for the weekend challenge the them is 60s songs i have chosen Time of the Season Zombies for my song.
Cute Daisy may digi...Anna Griffin Papers .Distress inks ...punched flowers.


Anonymous said...

This is gorgeous Linnie, would you believe that I've only used distress inks for colouring when I made a sepia card? Guess who went out and bought tattered rose and milled lavender yesterday???? and guess who was responsible for!
Ann x

Nannieflash said...

Wow Linnie, this image is so beautiful and the papers are gorgeous. With love and hugs Shirleyxxxx

pinky said...

Oh really beautiful card! Just loving the colour tones on this.

Donna said...

Another lovely card Linnie, she looks so pretty on that swing. A great interpretation on Time of the Season.....a lovely summery card. The flowers, ribbon and lace doily are all great added details to your card.
Thank you for participating in the "Stampin' for the Weekend" challenge again this week.. Good luck and we hope you'll continue to join in on the challenges on a weekly basis. Have a fabulous weekend.
Donna xx

POPPET said...

Hi Linnie, these images always remind me of fairy washing up liquid from years ago so cute...

I love the soft colours that you have used, and the lace looks great too...

Thanks for joining us at SFTW good luck hugs pops x x x

Nicola said...

Your colour combo is so beautiful Linnie and Daisy looks as if she is enjoying the sunshine whilst she is swinging away. Loving your lace, ribbons and flowers which are such gorgeous accents.
Thank you for joining us at "Stampin´for the Weekend" and we hope you will continue to play along on a weekly basis.
Nicola -x-

Ida / Little said...

The distressing is getting better? I think it rocks, first thing I noticed was the beautiful coloring and wonder shading. The card is very lush and just stunning!! :) Thanks so much for joining us at SFTW with your card and good luck :)

Hugs Ida

CraftyC said...

This is just sp pretty and coloured so beautifully. Love all the pink and great embellishments. Thanks for taking part in this weeks SFTW

Vicki said...

oh wow!! what a beautiful card you've created. I love the delciate lace and punched flowers. The image is gorgeous and so appropriate for the "Time of the Season" theme. Thank you so much for taking part with this weeks challenge over at SFTW, good luck xx vicki xx

Anonymous said...

Oh, this is such an adorable card, Linnie! The cute image is fantastically coloured and I just love everything you added: the flowers are beautiful, the doily and the ribbon bow are such nice details.

Thank you for joining us at SFTW and good luck! We hope you'll join us again, next week, too. :)


crafty amy said...

Very cute card and perfect for the challenge. I love the way you have used your disstressed inks I have not been brave enough to try this technique yet but you have inspired me :)
Thank you for joining us at stampin' for the weekend and good luck.

X Amy X

cats whiskers said...

Hi Sweetie this is just beautiful love that image and your great colouring
Hugs Jacqui x

Wulfcwen said...

What a beautiful card very feminine and sweet.The colours are lovely and work so well with the ribbons and flowers.

Kimmi said...

Hi Linnie.

How much am I loving these PINKS! Lots I can tell you! Great image and coloured perfectly as always :o) Love the flowers and your layout is just gorgeous!

Thank you for joining us at "Stamping' for the weekend" this week. We hope you had fun coming up with the design, and that you will join us again next week. Good Luck.


Jennifer said...

This is so beautifully coordinated Linnie. It's so soft and elegant. You really are getting the hang of the distress inks now - well done!
Thanks for joining the SFTW challenge again this week.
Jen x